Ronny Cox and friends perform

January 27, 2014 at 2:24 pm | No Comments
When: Back to Calendar February 28, 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Repeats: Daily until March 2, 2014
Where: Kenyon Hall
7904 35th Avenue Southwest
Seattle,WA 98126
USA
Categories: Music

Friday and Saturday, February 38th/March 1st at 7:30 pm at Kenyon Hall:
Ronny Cox and Friends

Last season we presented the Ronny Cox Trio to a capacity audience, so this season we’ve scheduled two performances to accommodate all those who are eager to experience the music of these amazing artists.

You may not know the name Ronny Cox, but you certainly know his work. With a career that spans over a hundred and twenty-five films and television shows, he’s often ironically identified with the villains he has portrayed in movies like Total Recall, Robocop, and the ruthless politician in the hit science fiction TV series Stargate. Ronny’s first film—his first time acting in front of a camera—was as the guitarist in the famous “dueling banjos” scene in Deliverance. His second big film was Bound for Glory, Hal Ashby’s film about Woody Guthrie. Now can you picture him?

Ronny has been writing songs and telling stories for over four decades. We’re honored to welcome him and his trio back to Kenyon Hall!

Please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMUPIkY1RYA to get a taste of what he has in store for us.

For this show only, general admission tickets (no table seats) are $20, and $18 for seniors and students. To make a reservation, please e-mail kenyonhall@earthlink.net. You’ll receive an e-mail confirming your reservation.

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